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it will not be as cold as this morning, temperatures from santa rosa to napa, even over towards livermore, san jose, and san mateo expected to be cold tonight. look at monday morning, temperatures close to 20 in places like napa and santa rosa, even san jose tomorrow night expected to get down to 27 degrees. now if you can recall and just take your mind back, this is the seventh consecutive morning we've seen with temperatures below 32 degrees for napa, and of course that takes a long effect on your body, we want to make sure you're taking it easy, i'll have more coming up. >>> good advice, thank you. >>> and caltrans possibly looking at shutting down the area, people on the grapevine were stuck for miles, crews shut down all lanes about 9:30 this morning, the chp started to let drivers through at 1:30 this afternoon, a long, long delay. and the snow here produced quite a bit of snow in sierra, placerville reporting four inches of new snow, we'll show you the slopes coming up later. and right now if you plan to head that direction, chains are required on summit 80 and highway 50. >>> and today is d
the alternatives. napa is well aware of the danger and shelter personnel say word has spread over the four homeless people who died because of the cold. i'm glad we have this place. they are very appreciative. ought shelter choses at 8:00 a.m. and re-opens at 5:00 p.m. in napa for abc7 news. >> a possible witness is helping in the search for a bay area family missing after the plane crashed in idaho. dale smith and his family headed from oregon to montana a week ago on sunday when he reported engine trouble. storms hampered the search. a man heard the plane bank and drop and authorities say he is helping narrow the area where searchers will continue looking for the plane. >> on the peninsula, police are looking for the gunman who shot a 15-year-old girl inside her home in a drive-by shooting. the teen was in her house when a bullet hit her in the hand at 7:30 last night. she suffered minor injuries. police are looking for two gunman and four day sedan that fired into the home. two cars and another home nearby were hit. if you have information call police. >> a california law on d.n.a. collection f
and the bigger concern: the cold nights. take a look at the numbers right now. 43 in napa. 43 in oakland. upper 40s around sfo. temperatures in the north are cold already. 45 along the peninsula. in to the east bay, 40 degrees. we have a ways to go. some of us will bottom out in the 20s. i'll have more coming up. >> reporter: some people will be going to great lengths to protect themselves and property from the cold. what you may need to do. >> reporter: for some it was a startling one day difference. >> we had an afternoon swim, and now we're so cold. >> reporter: today skies signaled a cold front. we could see well below freezing. waters companies warning customers about exposed pipes. a hard freeze could burst them. cover them. >> so take this blanket. >> reporter: and don't forget. freezing can be fatal for plants. >> it can fry the plant. >> reporter: and for people out in this weather, dress in layers. >> oh, gosh. i'm freezing. >> i luke like it when it's cool. >> reporter: retailers tell us there's already a brisk business in gloves and hats. >>> ski resorts are hoping the cold snap is
to about 600 feet and also looking at some snow in northern napa county and do to 1700 feet which is why winter weather advisories are up above 1500 until 6:00 a.m. for the north bay mountains and 2500 tomorrow morning 1:00 to 10:00 a.m. the santa cruz mountains the diablo range could see two to four inches of snow. this picture was sent by a viewer to you report. you can see how snowy it was. here is a picture of the dog enjoying the snow in ukiah as well. send us your photos. we will have a look at how long the snow will stick around and what is in store for your weekend. >> this is more than uncomfortable. it is deadly. abc7 news reporter nick smith continues our team coverage. it is live along hig 17. nick? >> dan, we are standing in that weather we just told you about. falling temperatures can be dangerous and even life-threatening if you don't have a way to escape the elements. >> have i been homeless for almost a year now. >> he is one of the men we met at this san jose shelter. without a home to call his own, the cold snap blanketing the south bay has forced him and others on lo
at santa rosa. temperatures in the mid-30s in napa, 31 at fairfield, upper 30s, concord and livermore. another live view from the exploratorium camera. forecast features freeze warnings in effect for the next two nights from 10:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. the following day. "spare the air" alert tomorrow for the declining air quality, and chilly afternoons on monday and tuesday before temperatures start to moderate after mid-week, there's an outloan of the cold front sweeping through the bay area, causing cold air to spill in behind it. 7:00 this evening, won't see any clouds by overnight. skies remain clear. temperatures will drop sharply. another chilly afternoon tomorrow. even under sunny skies. high temperatures barely breaking 50 degrees. overnight tonight, cold all over the bay area, including san francisco, low of 36. look at the lows in the inland valleys. low 20s at napa and santa rows sacker livermore, low 23. morgan hill, 24. even right around the bay, where it's going to be cold, we'll see lows into the upper 20s. we have seen 30s around the bay lately but upper 20s, very cold we
rosa. temperatures in the mid-30s in napa, 31 at fairfield, upper 30s, concord and livermore. another live view from the exploratorium camera. forecast features freeze warnings in effect for the next two nights from 10:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. the following day. "spare the air" alert tomorrow for the declining air quality, and chilly afternoons on monday and tuesday before temperatures start to moderate after mid-week, there's an outloan of the cold front sweeping through the bay area, causing cold air to spill in behind it. 7:00 this evening, won't see any clouds by overnight. skies remain clear. temperatures will drop sharply. another chilly afternoon tomorrow. even under sunny skies. high temperatures barely breaking 50 degrees. overnight tonight, cold all over the bay area, including san francisco, low of 36. look at the lows in the inland valleys. low 20s at napa and santa rows sacker livermore, low 23. morgan hill, 24. even right around the bay, where it's going to be cold, we'll see lows into the upper 20s. we have seen 30s around the bay lately but upper 20s, very cold weather for
out near 25 in napa. 28 in concord. south bay, san jose expected to be down to 32 degrees. tomorrow night gets even colder under clear sky. napa going down to 21. 27 in san jose. here's the thing. all of the rain we saw this morning, the potential for black ice remains on those roads. that will be the case through tomorrow morning at about 9:00, 10:00. with black ice you can't really see it. the only hint you can have is the pavement may look a little wet. tomorrow morning as you head out, if you notice that, keep in mind there could be black ice and pay attention to those other drivers around you because we always say it's never our faulting right. what to expect. the coldest of the weather will come tomorrow night where temperatures will be back to 20 degrees. keep the pets and plants inside and remember to take care of your own self. >>> thank you. it will be a happier and healthier holiday for thousands of bay area kids. more than 1,000 volunteers from silicon's valley biggest companies raced against the clock to build 2300 bikes in just under five areas. the bikes will be given
also seen snow in ukiah and down to about 600 feet and also looking at some snow in northern napa county and down to 1700 feet which is why winter weather advisories are up above 1500 until 6:00 a.m. for the north bay mountains and 2500 tomorrow morning 1:00 to 10:00 a.m. the santa cruz mountains the diablo range could see two to four inches of snow. this picture was sent by a viewer to you report. you can see how snowy it was. here is a picture of the dog enjoying the snow in ukiah as well. send us your photos. we will have a look at how long the snow will stick around and what is in store for your weekend. >> this is more than uncomfortable. it is deadly. abc7 news reporter nick smith continues our team coverage. it is live along highway 17. nick? >> dan, we are standing in that weather we just told you about. falling temperatures can be dangerous and even life-threatening if you don't have a way to escape the elements. >> have i been homeless for almost a year now. >> he is one of the men we met at this san jose shelter. without a home to call his own, the cold snap blanketing
overnight low temperatures. current numbers 49 right now in napa. the north bay will see temperatures tomorrow morning just before sun rise that will be down into the upper 20s and low 30s. frost in lots of plaices. below freezing temperatures in lots of places tonight, especially in the north bay. yesterday's temperatures and today's temperatures, that front went through. separates the warm air from the cold air. now we are in the old air sector of that front. just happens to be very cold. kind of continental cold air that's going to settle in. stick around for awhile. it will drop temperatures in the north bay to the freeze warning level in the north bay. for the rest of the bay area, excluding san francisco, as we go into wednesday night and thursday morning. so, a very cool period coming up. it's not going to warm up any time soon. overnight lows for tomorrow morning. 28 in santa rosa. 29 in fairfield. these numbers could dip even further out in the valley. upper 20s, low 30s. oakland 39 degrees. not 28, but 39 degrees in an urban area is a big deal. you have lots of issues when
now, the higher elevations of napa county hit with snow last night. the plows were on stand by. >> by 8:30, the rain washed away most of the snow at elevation 4,300 but for part of the afternoon, the flakes definitely falling, enough that k cal trans put up signs. four miles down highway 29, the evening was peppered with downpours. it was an awful trip to get just about anywhere, some locals say the wet blast is unusual. >> i can pretty much get through the entire winter without turning on the heat and went home today and turned the heat on. we are miserable. >> reporter: visitors of chicago celebrating the 15th anniversary got a taste of the city they just left. >> expecting sunny. it was supposed to be our anniversary and here we are like in weather just like chicago. >> reporter: to get out of the 39-degree cold, some folks jumped in 104-degree water at the call calastoga hot spring. >> it is good for you. >> reporter: walking back into the cold is hard part. abc 7 news. >> no kidding. >>> check out this cal trans image. 101 north is shut down due to snow and traffic related
but into the teens across parts of the napa valley. that's where we're headed. overnight lows, nap that 19, even san jose expected to get down to 22 degrees. even though we got down to 29. it hasn't been this cold since january 13 earlier this year. when we got down to 26 degrees. so again tonight, expecting to be one of the coldest nights. and here's the other thing. this is the eighth consecutive morning that we're going to be waking up with temperatures below 32 degrees. in napa. and the last time we saw something like this, a long-term cold snap, that was back january 10 where we were below freezing for our morning lows for 12 days in a row. 4 we all know the cold is tack a toll on your body. the california crops are starting to take their toll. monty, how cold is it where you are? >> it's pretty gold. in fact, this is the man made snow from the ice skating rink across the street. i've had it since about 6:00 tonight. you can see that it hasn't really melted at all. right now, it is a very chilly 33 dpst mere at walnut creek right now. the pitter cold is not keeping everyone indoors. the bitter
of the rainfall totals over the last 24 hours. .47 in napa. .4 in santa rosa. almost .3 for oakland, san francisco picking up almost .4. san jose picking up .13. we have seen snowfall in areas right around the santa cruz mountains, right over the summit, mount st. helena has reported a little snow. northern areas of napa county reported some snow yesterday. a few sprinkles that may or may not be hitting the ground at this point. it's sort of fascinating when we get that snow in our local hills. i'm seeing a little here remaining. that moisture over mount diablo. the altamont pass area stretching across 580. this is just the very tail end. we're going to see this actually continue to move to the south. if you are going to tahoe this weekend, still snow with an advisory over tahoe until 10:00 a.m. for the west slope droiring up to tahoe it's until 4:00 p.m. today. we have snow levels to pollock pines and in and around areas from truckee into blue canyon. snow level still fairly low, 3500 feet-4500 feet out there this morning. the winds are picking up. 8 miles per hour in nap awrks 9 in fairfield, 6
also seen their share of wintery weather. there was snow in ukiah and napa. but it wasn't as cold as it was eabat kid is back in san francisco for a fundraiser for the make a wish foundation. let's take a look at video from last month when san francisco was turned into gag am city. there will be a 5k walk and run and a cable car pulling contest. they are hoping to raise $75,000. 5-year-old miles scott, as you know, is in remission from leukemia and he will be leading the walk today. >>> well, miles' story has inspired many people, including the son of san francisco's police chief. kid monarch clothing is behind the gray bat kid shirts that you see on the screen. he has raised about $30,000 from shirt sales. the initial goal was $5,000. all of the money will go to the make a wish foundation. the demand for the shirt is very i you can get one at www.kidmonarchclothingstore.com the san francisco man killed in a hit and run accident has been filed as 30-year-old kurt dalin. the 30-year-old was crossing the street what he was hit. the driver responsible has not been tracked down. he wa
are in the upper 20s from novato, napa and santa rosa. san francisco at 39 right now. our coast in in the mid-30s. right through 7:00 very little change. by noontime low to mid-40s. by the afternoon maybe some areas could hit around 50, but overall once again we will be at least 10 degrees below average. just in the upper 40s today. less wind and a spare-the-air day this afternoon. we will look for a moderating trend coming into play as soon as tomorrow. katie. >> warming trend sounds good to me. thank you, lisa. meanwhile in the south bay officials are working to save lives as the temperature drops low enough to create life-threatening conditions. at least four deaths have occurred this week. but to get people off the streets and into shelters is making a difference. we report from a san jose shelter protecting more than 200 cold snap refugees. >> in addition to all of the beds, they had to bring in mats to handle the people that will need a place out of the coal. -- out of the cold. about 225 are expected at had shelter in san jose. >> i have people out there who are freezing and i worry about
for 62 degrees in petaluma and 64 in santa rosa, and moving to sonoma and napa, 64 and 65 respectively. in the east bay, 63 degrees in berkeley and warmer in castro valley at 64 degrees and we will see the highest temperatures at 67 in livermore and 65 in fairfield. overnight, experience increasing cloud cover and chilly temperatures in the north bay at 42 in napa and inland 46 in antioch. warmer today with a chance of increasing clouds tonight and moisture coming into the bay area for the next couple of days before we start to cool down by thursday and the temperatures will start to ramp up friday into next weekend. the roads show a problem with a crash in daly city that started off as austral and this is northbound which now has cleared. as you maybe the drive toward san francisco all moving along at top speed. dry five traffic 580 from tracy to dublin is 27 minutes and highway 4 from antioch to concord is 15 minutes and 101 southbound from san rafael to san francisco 17 minutes but watch out for the fog if you are headed over the golden gate bridge, when you pass the tunnel it is th
year. s. >> it is snowing tup in napa county -- up in napa county. rangers is a if the snow happens roads will likely be closed so don't try to drive up the mountain to see it. >>> and we have been watching more rainfall and even the snow coverage pick up on live storm tracker 2 radar. this is the loop over the past three hours. notice that snowfall approaching the northern parts of nap and approaching lei county as well. here's a closer inspection. you'll notice a little bit activity here. reports of snow there the current temperature of the summit of 29 degrees. so more observation enormous rainfall now you can see picking up. that's the overall trend. right around hayward and up in the north bay, more development here. some increasing rainfall rates reported for this region. coming up in 15 minutes a winter weather advisory for the hills, we'll break down the times and also a freeze warning reissued for part of the weekend. ville more on that in 15 minutes. >>> getting ready for some snow tonight as that has them sending out extra crews. worried about snow like last year. residen
overnight. black ice a concern. monday morning temperatures are expected to be the coldest. napa are expected to get to 21 degrees. this has been a very long cold spell. now the seventh consecutive day waking up with temperatures below freezing across the bay area. we will have more on the cold snap and when we are expected to warm up. >>> this cold weather has many people bundled upt at home. for those without a home the cold can be deadly. >> reporter: the workers here at eac are hoping to prevent another death related to the cold weather. this shelter is open 24 hours a day. the regular lottery system is suspended and at this point no one will be turned away. there are lots of people here inside that are grateful. sleeping on the street is dangerous in this weather. four homeless men have died during this cold spell. it is a grim reality that has some people going through their closet bringing in warm supplies to donate. >> just because of the time of year. i have a warm house. i see on the news all of the people that are out there. >> staff here spent the morning out searchin
. officer todd clark also says steve 29 here. 29 napa. 28 novato. 32 half-moon bay. mountain view says that is at moffett. we cohave a freeze warning for the north bay. now tonight into tomorrow then everyone will be in on this freeze warning because the colder temps will settle in, any breeze will decrease. expect for a few clouds off the coast. we will have clear skies today. as you know, the nights are much longer. our system is long gone it has pushed into the four corners. severe and clear. cold air continues to filter in here. it will be here for about five days. maybe some changes as we head to friday and saturday. cold morning, sunny. 20s north bay and maybe in your backyard thermometer as well. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. we are looking at traffic out there that is still doing pretty well. it is cold but the roads are doing okay. let's take a look at what we have now with the morning commute. and you can see the traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza looks pretty good. no major problems. also the morning drive is moving along nicely if you are driving on the san mateo
are heading out, 27 in napa. and 28 in upper 30s in san francisco. 32 in san mateo. another freezing morning. we have a few more on the board. >> and cold may be the death for a homeless man. no cause has been given yet but they are taking the cold weather into account. an autopsy will be conducted tomorrow. exposure to the cold, if it caused his death, it would be the first person -- fifth person in the area to die due to the cold snap. >>> the storm dropped 3 feet of snow. we take this live picture. this is from tahoe city. you can see a brilliant start. a major resort opened for the season but they say they need more snow to swing into full operation. kirk wood reports it dumped about 2 to 3 feet of snow over a 24 hour period that ended yesterday morning. and snow fell with a foot and a half at squaw valley. all resorts ovenning limited operations now until they get some more snow. >>> a war veteran is spending his first day at home. his long awaited return is after being detained for 42 days in north korea. here he is yesterday. and the 85 year old arrived back in the bay area yesterday
and napa. upper 20s novato. by this time tomorrow we could see the numbers drop into the mid-30s. yesterday we had much milder temperatures in the 40s. milder, that's relative, right? so we are much, much cooler. it's going to take probably until the middle of the week or the end of the week before we get out of those freezing morning low temperatures. i'll show you that in a moment. as we get going through the afternoon, plenty of sunshine. another chilly day today. a few 50s, mainly in the 40s. and a warming trend by monday. you will notice a difference out there. we are looking at the air quality with very little mixing in the north bay. hazy out there. elsewhere a. >> better but no woodburning throughout the by today. our satellite and radar composite, much of the nation gripped in a huge cold spell and the west coast in particular with high pressure building in. that cool, northerly flow continues to pump that cool air from canada down into the bay area. so the morning lows, 20s and 30s this morning along the coast and around the bay. then by tomorrow look at that, even chillier. tuesd
temperatures and most of the records were 1972 and napa's 1932. it was 24 and san francisco dipped and that's not going to happen. oakland airport is close. their record is 18 and that will not happen. the record is 26 and in 1972, we have the freeze warning and it goes until 1:00. by wednesday and thursday, we should start to see moderation as temperatures warm up every day. 20s and 30s, we are pretty close on these temperatures and there is not a cloud to be found in the state of california. so a cold morning, here is some sunshine, a little breezy and some highs today, upper 40s for some and very low 50s. here is sal. >>> all lanes of interstate 880 are back open after they hit some barrels on the 5th avenue x its. those barrels -- 5th avenue exits. those barrels exploded however the 5th avenue off ramp remains closed and we will not be able to deal with the off ramp. let's move to some live pictures and this is a look at westbound 92. dumbarton bridge looks good on the peninsular and if you are driving on the peninsular, traffic in both directions looks good. at 5:01 let's go back to th
. this is the loop over the past two hours. you can see light shower activity. the big issue parts of northern napa county. lake napa, that rain has opinion increasing. you get an idea with the moderate cells pushing into the mountains. we'll move the maps closer to san mateo. right around the fremont area picking up heavier downpours. out toward san francisco, a good portion of showers. and up in the north bay all that activity right around fairfield, santa rosa reporting heavy rain at last check. the most recent observations and right around nevato. we'll take a look at this. a winter weather advisory posted locally. we'll break down the timing of where the rainfall moves out and a freeze warning is being reissued. >> a cold snap has issued at least three deaths. all of the victims were homeless. the first died monday. two died on thursday one near rout 87 in san jose the other inside a garage in saratoga. none of the victims names is being released. the efforts being made now to make sure any other homeless people don't suffer the same fate. hundreds of people are being forced to deal with the c
hours. you can see light shower activity. the big issue parts of northern napa county. lake napa, that rain has opinion increasing. you get an idea with the moderate cells pushing into the mountains. we'll move the maps closer to san mateo. right around the fremont area picking up heavier downpours. out toward san francisco, a good portion of showers. and up in the north bay all that activity right around fairfield, santa rosa reporting heavy rain at last check. the most recent observations and right around nevato. we'll take a look at this. a winter weather advisory posted locally. we'll break down the timing of where the rainfall moves out and a freeze warning is being reissued. >> a cold snap has issued at least three deaths. all of the victims were homeless. the first died monday. two died on thursday one near rout 87 in san jose the other inside a garage in saratoga. none of the victims names is being released. the efforts being made now to make sure any other homeless people don't suffer the same fate. hundreds of people are being forced to deal with the cold without power.
morning going down in the upper teens. now, look for low 20s, coldest spots and to santa rosa and napa and 20s for the east bay valleys and 20s try valley and freezing temperatures close to the bay, redwood city 32 and sunnyville and 30s for san francisco and oakland. tomorrow, clouds in the morning and lots of sunshine. once again high temperatures for the afternoon just in the mid to upper 40s. i'll tell you when it will get warmer in a few minutes. >> at least five people left displaced in alameda after a two-alarm fire. it started after 4:00 on san jose avenue. it took an hour to get it under control. no injuries right now though the fire department is calling this an electrical fire but the official cause is still under investigation. ahead of the big game between the san francisco 49ers, police are warning fans to keep the peace. kron4 reports that extra officers will be in attendance and you probably won't recognize them. >> security is tight and the day before the 49ers and the seahawks square off even the media is being turned away. this is an example of what police do not wan
, 20. larks spur 31. 32, half moon bay, pacifica and emgranada -- el granada. napa valley, definitely been holding some temperatures up. 30s, 40s there. otherwise it would be much colder. 28 santa rosa, 28 novato. mainly 40s in san francisco. freeze warnings for the north bay. tonight it's for you, me and everybody except for san francisco. i think there will be cold readings in golden gate park. there will be colder readings today. it will be nice, sunny. 2 degrees in tahoe. 11 in the mountains. sunny today. but another system may carve itself out and give us snow levels by friday and saturday. more on that in 15 minutes. cold this morning, highs 40s and low 50s or mid-50s for some. warmer temperatures near the water. here's sal. >>> good morning, steve. right now we're looking at a commute that's not all that bad but definitely crowded in san jose as you drive on northbound 280 getting up to highway 17. no major problems. but it is crowded. also the morning commute looks okay at the bay bridge toll plaza. more people on the right-hand side. but for the most part, it's not a long del
. this is white's significant. we have had patchy frost before. when your morning. s drop into the 20s, napa will be freezing. getting down to 27 degrees on third morning. we'll have the full forecast coming new a few minutes. >> the clinic on elca 34 i in o real will open on mon. folks say it will negatively impact nearby businesses and residents. we'll keep on the story and bring you the latest tomorrow. fleischmann who is identified as ajenner returned home just in time for the holiday this week after suffering second and third degree burns when another teenager set fire to his skirt several weeks ago. sasha's parents say the attack won't deter sasha from being sasha and hopes this will help people who identify as agender. that 2-year-old boy who nearly drowned yesterday expected to make a full recovery. fire crews say the boy was fishing with his grandmother when lost sight of him and he fell in the water. he was under water for 15 minutes before fire crews rushed him to the hospital. but again, doctors say he's expected to make a full recovery. back in october, a deputy shot and killed
the bay area tonight. this is video from highway 29 in napa. where snow fell this afternoon. tonight our chief meteorologist is tracking the conditions. but we begin with kron 4's dan kerman. he reports from the south bay. where the cold weather is being blamed for the deaths of four people. >> at the shelter those without a home were lining up here to get a spot for the night. this is for a good reason. in the last couple of days homeless men have died, three in the last 48 hours. >> the corner office stated that three of them were living at encampments and one in a garage. >> to up loose people like this is really painful. i am hoping that this does not happen again. >> this operates the three shelters in santa clara county. she stated that the ones in san jose and sunnyvale will be open 24 hours a day and those, plus in gilroy and will have additional beds to cover more. >> our goal is to house more people. >> still, she says that this will not be enough. maligned there is no way that this will be enough. we still have to be sure. that is why it is extremely critical. >> typically our
degrees and napa down to 23. out on the east bay. and just 22 degrees at fairfield and 27 in san jose. also the coast not quite so bad and in san francisco, 33. we'll have the entire forecast for you in just a few minutes. ann? >>> all right, icy temperatures helped set a new record for pg&e this week, customers used more natural gas on a thursday than in any single day of the company's 108 year history. fge and says -- pg&e says the previous record 4.3 billion cubic feet on a cold day in 1998. on an average day customers use half that amount. >>> volunteers are hitting the streets of san jose trying to keep hamulose people warm and alive -- homeless people warm and alive. this comes after four people in santa clara county died this week of hypothermia. they have been handing out socks and blankets and also encouraging the homeless to come into shelters but sometimes getting the homeless to come into a shelter isn't an easy thing to do. >> there comes a point where the somebody has said no to you and closed the door in your face you stop believes and triking that people -- believing a
degrees in livermore, antioch, 35, freezing in fairfield. 3degrees in a few more low 30s into napa and santa rosa. so all of these neighbors will be back into the 20s first thing tomorrow morning. san francisco 41 and sfo checking in right now at 42 degrees. with the relatively clear skiing and clearing skies overnight, the drop in temperature pattern will continue. as a result, first thing tomorrow morning, coming up at at 10:35, we'll also break down the coldest morning of the week, tomorrow we will not be the cold yet. we'll have that answer coming up and when temperatures will be trending upward once again that is coming up at 10:35. >> thank you, mark. >>> the frigid temperatures this morning are to blame for at least one death, possibly two in the bay area. the highway patrol says icy roads contributetoid deadly traffic accident just before 8:00 this morning on highway 101 healdsburg. investigators say a 52-year-old santa rosa woman after her truck crashed into a grove of trees. a homeless man was found dead in dublin this morning. authorities say he may have died from expos
, napa. 23, livermore. 24, morgan hill. some of the colder locations right around the bay will see lows mainly in the upper 20s. at freezing or below in some coastal locations. then tomorrow, under mainly sunny skies in the afternoon. we'll see high temperatures in the south bay right around 50 degrees. 50 in san jose. 49, santa clara. on the peninsula most highs around 50 also from san mateo to pail l palo alto, mountain view. in and around san francisco, highs in the upper 40s. close to the coast, about 50. up in the north bay, the inland valleys will see highs in the low 50s. 52 in santa rosa. 52 at napa. he's bay highs, 49 at union city and fremont. inland east bay chillier than that. high temperatures will reach only into the upper 40s. all of the inland east bay locations, 48 at livermore,le pleasantton. temperatures moderate a little on wednesday and thursday. by the end of the week high temperatures back in the upper 50s which will seem almost like a heat wave compared to what we have now. a slight chance of some light rain on friday. doesn't look like much of a rainmaker. the b
're expecting tomorrow morning when you wake up. 19 in napa, 22 in santae1 rosabd 27 down ine1 san jose. now, earlier this weekxd in san $w actually got down to degrees just a couple nights ago, and this is going to rival one of the coldest mornings we've seen all year long. the last time it was this cold inw3 san jose, january 13th earlier this year. we got down to 26 degrees. so again, very chilly and one of the coldest nights of the season. and check this out. if you're living in napa, this is the eighth consecutive looking at temperaturesqw3 belo 32. that last long stretch, back from january 10th when we were under freezing temperatures at least for 12 days, diane. we're going to rival that but we do have warmer weather on our way. we'll talk about that in a bit. >> i don't remember that. this seems way colder. thank you, anthony. >>> there was a record setter today at the 31st annual california international marathon in folsom, near sacramento. áÑ a record 10,000 people took part in one of the coldest ,y!!=9m forq california in decades. organizers say the temperatures were in the 20s
does look warm. 21 napa, 21 santa rosa, and everyone is really close here. that is impressive. we do have a little him the at 7 miles per hour, there has been a slight offshore breeze and 10 below, there is some brutally cold temperatures up in the lake counties as well and that cold snap and freeze warning is lingering and things should start to improve. in turn it allow is the lows to come up a little bit. unfortunately we can definitely use it and that's not happening. cold morning, sunny, highs today, upper 40s for many, low 50s and warmer temperatures will be affected by vallejo, antioch, upper 40s and 52 in alameda and berkeley. 51 san jose, 49 morgan hill, menlo park, very low 50s including 52 in san francisco. if you think it is cold hear, it is brutally cold in lake tahoe and the he can tended outlook, maybe some extended highs saturday and sunday. >>> many believe the federal reserve will end the reserve program and they will announce it during the third quarter and 30% expect it to happen during the second quarter and they are buying bonds to help keep interest rates low.
. >>> the north by now where the higher elevations of napa valley got hit. caltran plows were on standby in kiss more snow fell. we have more from example soggia. >> by 8:30 -- from >> caltran culled out the plows and warned drivers of slippery roads at the summit. four miles down in the heart of calistoga, the evening was peperd with bound pours. it was an awful trip to get anywhere. the locals say the wet blast is unusual. >> i can pretty much get through the entire winter without turning on my heat and i went home and turned the heat on so we are miserable. >> some people from chicago got a taste of the city we just left. >> it was supposed to be our wedding anniversary, and we're we are in bed, just like chicago. >> to get out of the 39-degree cold, some pokes jumped into 100 had degrees water in the calistoga spa hot springs. >> you can get cold when you step out and hot when you get back in and it's really good for you. >> walking back boo the cold is the hard part. abc7 news. >> check out there caltran's image. 101 north of wiling ton has been shut down due to snow and traffic collisions.
into saturday as well. look at that high temperature from napa. only 49 degrees on thursday. you'll see the change addressed over the next three days. low 50s down in the peninsula by midweek. with those winds out of the north, it's not going to feel like 50 outside. it will feel more like the mid 40s outside in those north bay valleys for wednesday and upper 40s by the time we get to thursday. tomorrow, santa rosa may see late day showers. 60s elsewhere. our temperatures will begin cooling down through thursday and friday. trivalley, upper 60s tomorrow. low 60s in san francisco. highs for one more day, they're in the mid 50s. campbell, upper 60s tomorrow and then as we get into tuesday, the temperatures will drop into the mid 50s, upper 40s, and lower 40s later in the week. back to you. >>> they are off in australia. this is sidnydney's holiday fun run. the run was one of ten similar events around the country. they're hoping to raise $200,000 for children's causes. >>> a bay area airport is trying a new trick to make traveling a little less stressful. it's called the wag brigade. volun
degrees. napa up could break a 1 record and the same goes for those of you in richmond. in some cases in has not been this cold since 1942. can you believe that? >> we have the freeze watch in affect for most of the bay area but for the next couple of days. san francisco is not impacted by this freeze watch. here is a look at the afternoon high everyone will be in the same bolt. upper 40's or low 50's. mountain view will have a high of upper 50s. we could see 40's for places like pittsburg. 51 degrees for vallejo. it will be a sunny day it will look pretty but it will still be cold outside. 349 degrees will be your high for those of you in daly city. we will continue with frosty conditions until thursday morning and will be sunny for the next couple of days but by friday we will turn the corner and have the possibility for rain. we are tracking it yet a another cold front that could bring showers. snow levels will drop to a thousand and that is a good nose for people who ski. a again this will be a what friday. we will still be hanging on to cool conditions for the next work week. >>
there. napa 46. nevada already 43. 46 right now in concord. san jose right now checking in which a few high clouds here and there. here is a look at our forecast highlights, freeze warning overnight for much of the bay area. sunny and cool for your sunday and warming, yes, warming is expected as we head no next week. you can clearly see that jet stream really just pushing south. another cool pocket of cold air will settle over the area tonight and tomorrow. it looks like it will be tuesday and wednesday before things really start to warm up around here. and as we take a look at our overnight lows tonight, yeah, remember, pets, plants and your pipes as temperatures in the north bay below freezing. santa rosa 28. we'll go 38 for san francisco, there palo alto, low 30s to upper 20s in the livermore area. livermore 29 degrees. let me take you through the next two to three days.#gf1 you will see on sunday, generally in the 20s, 30s around the bay. you are freezing around the coast. it looks like monday could be the coldest morning which temperatures inland near 20 degrees. possibly in the u
with sunshine quite cold napa only hitting 45. santa rosa 46. san francisco 49. that's it. and livermore 47 degrees. here's your extended forecast. cold weekend. that freeze warning tomorrow night sunday still highs around 50 for the big 9ers seahawks game. monday a little milder. you will notice the change on tuesday upper 50s. then back towards 60 degrees on wednesday and thursday with chance of showers on thursday. you go up 1900 feet above where we are right now, it will be snowing. it is snowing in mount hamilton right now. so it will be a beautiful wintry sight for a lot of folks tomorrow afternoon. seeing that white on the top of some of our peaks. reporting live from a rainy mount diablo foothill, meteorologist paul deanno, back to you. >>> still ahead, this holiday season the strategic move by shopping malls to compete with online retailers. >> it is going to go from shoes to booze. >> how the closure of a bay area neighborhood staple is a symbol of a downtown transformation. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, line? now some "brick and mortar" stores are offering somethi "new," that's expected to hp t
air meets the moisture so up in the parts of northern napa county and northern sonoma county we have some snow in the higher el vision and of course we have rainfall spreading down to the south bay and santa cruz mountains and eventually snow collect in those areas as well in the higher elevation. this is where we have our winter weather advisory for above 1500 feet until 6:00 a.m. in the north bay mountains and above 2500 feet santa cruz mountains east bay hills diablo range in effect from 1:00 a.m. to continue am 2 to 4 inches of snow could accumulate in those elevation also. closer look at the complete weekend forecast in a few minutes. >> thanks very much. >> good time to remind you as the storm manufactures through to get the weather app that gives you hourly temperature forecast and severe weather alert. down load for free at this web site. the kind of weather we are having is remin reminder of how helpful that app can be. >> power outage sent some benecia rest didn't on deep freeze terrible timing. power rae stored but total of 4100 customers lost electricity early this
. >> back to you. >> let's look at our current temperatures. a chilly start, santa rosa 27, napa 38, fremont is 36. this is what we are looking at later today. 48 in san francisco. san jose, 49, 46 napa. as we move later to the work week, a warming trend. by wednesday in the bay area we could see 57 degrees. >>> while freezing temps might have you yearning for a nice cozy fire hold on. today is a spare the air day around the area. using fireplaces, wood stoves, pellet stoves, outdoor fire pits, not allowed today. high pressure system covering the bay area through the day traps smoke close to the ground so the bay area air quality management district says this makes for unhealthy polluted air. >>> he is back, bat kid, mile scott, returned to the bay area for the brave the bay make a wish fund raiser with his usual as the result and swagger. there he is, bat kid, braves the frigid conditions yesterday and led the 5k run walk. the 5 year old's leukemia is in remission and made the trip to raise money for other kids with cancer. batkid is more than happy to be of service. >> if he can help anybo
around napa. below average temperatures today. we will look for the freeze warning again tonight except for san francisco. so the current satellite picture shows this trough persistent jet stream well to the south of us, all the way down into baja, california. then the system off jr. will reinforce the cold air, bring dryer air, the clear sky and another frigid night tonight. here's a look at half dome. look at the snow. isn't this beautiful? a couple overnight lows in the next few days. 30s around the bay. inland low 30s. monday into tuesday, perhaps another freeze warning. then it looks like we are out of the woods by wednesday. but in terms of high temperatures today, southern california making it up to about 60. 48 in sacramento. 29 in tahoe. minus 13 this morning. afternoon highs 50 oakland, 48 fairfield as well as morgue again hill and headed to candlestick. northeast wind. not as windy as it could be there. the spare the air today. the freeze warning tonight. likely monday night. then we are sunny, milder midweek and near 60 with very little chance of rain on friday and saturday
. it is a breezy of side. napa is at 52 degrees. the temperatures are in the low 50's. pleasanton is cooler at 44 degrees. it is windy for some, the fairfield has a 30 mi. per hour winds. winds will actually decrease for the afternoon. it will be partly cloudy conditions. there is a logical heir behind this and we will see clear skies by later on tonight. the freeze on what will go into effect. >> we are actually talking about a 23 degree drop for those of you in napa and oakland is coming in at 54 degrees. livermore is the cooler spot. we will see temperatures in the upper 20s in the wake up wednesday morning. brace yourself because everyone is pretty much affected by this. san francisco is not affected by this because the temperatures will remain in the low 40's. it will be a cooler day and we will struggle to get into the '60s. daly city will be checking in with a high of 54. your 7 day or around the bay highlights a chilly mornings ahead. >> all though we will increase cloud cover was a perhaps slightly warmer conditions but we will have a 20% chance for rain for the weekend. we are certainly
in san francisco. we were in the 60s today we will be 10 to 15 degrees cooler 55 and oakland and napa. wednesday is when the berlin cold weather will settle in. except for san francisco the only place not under the freeze on what. widespread frost >> jacqueline: we will seek up to a foot high or higher elevations. next few days was the temperatures hitting 29 degrees early in the morning and then drop below 20. drier conditions for wednesday after also will be chilly here locally. now is the clear skies wednesday and thursday. the low 30's for the most part even upper 20s mixing and temperatures will get a little warmer with slight chance of showers friday. >> pam: if you tend to get stressed at the airport.the s-p -c -a is bringing some furry friends to s -f -o. it is part of the "wag brigade" program.where volunteers with certified therapy dogs interact with people at the airport. >> pam: the goal is to relieve stress for travelers and help make their experience more enjoyable. right now the program has eight dogs. they have been carefully selected for their temperament and airport
, the clouds are going to clear, and take a look at this. across the north bay, in napa, 10:00 p.m. tomorrow, we will likely have temperatures in the upper 30s. so that means as we advance this into tomorrow morning, we're going to see numbers by tuesday and also into wednesday morning primarily here dropping into the 20s as we head throughout 5:00, 6:00 and also 7:00 in the morning. again, on wednesday. so, with that coldest weather expected for wednesday morning, right now we do have that freeze watch here for most of the bay area. where we are expecting, again, those cold -- that cold air to continue across the bay. we'll have more coming up in a little bit, you guys. >> in the 20s. december is here. thanks, jeff. >>> still ahead here at 6:00, three bay area cities that are extremely hot in terms of the real estate markets. >>> plus, unraveling the mystery. what google is really planning to do with those barges. one of them which is floating in the bay. >>> how do you feel a little barge shopping? a new theory on the high-tech barge that google is building near treasure island. we're lear
. of course protect plants and pets. tomorrow night overnight lows down to 23 degrees at napa. 33 in san francisco and it will be freezing in pacifica. 33 degrees at mountain view and just 27 in san jose. livermore 26 degrees out at travis air force base. 22 and as i said it's just going to get a little bit worse tomorrow night too. the entire forecast coming up for you in a few minutes. >>> it's been a cold and miserable week for those living on the streets. kpix 5's brian webb on the efforts to reach out to the homeless and encourage them to seek shelter. brian? >> reporter: ann, volunteers have been handing out black its and hats and socks all day long but more importantly trying to convince them urge them to come inside a warm shelter on another bitterly cold night but that's not as easy as it sounds. >> you can find them in plain sight all across silicon valley. in public parks and under overpasses squeezed into the cracks of society. people like jimmy. >> very hard i mean you don't know where the next meal the going to come from. you don't note where you're going to get a blanket.
in san francisco. 51 out in the north bay, where we had 19 degrees earlier this morning in napa. broke a record here in the south bay when we bottomed out at 25 degrees. so let's get right to it. another night of widespread frost. the temperatures are going to creep up a touch this evening. but overall, it's still going to be cold enough for that widespread frost tomorrow morning. make sure you keep an eye on your pets and dress in layers. then high pressure really starts to take control as we head through the next few days. this is going to do two things. it's going to bring about a gradual warming trend. it sets up shop over the bay area. we're going to see this stagnant air mass. as a result, that thick layer of smoke gets kind of capped right over the bay area. as we head throughout the next couple days, we'll likely be sparing the air as a result. not a lot of wind and no rain to clear this out. our next chance for rain doesn't even come until we hit friday into saturday. and it's not looking very good right now. about 10% shot up in the north bay. otherwise, a gradual warming tre
see there from our sue trough cam. sutro cam. the bay bridge is in the background. napa as well as santa rosa in the mid40s. concord is at 50 degrees. here is a look at the forecast highlights. we will look for a cooler day tomorrow. a few showers developing mainly in the north bay. cold and windy through the entire week. and it does look like freeze warnings will be up as we head into wednesday morning, tuesday and thursday. we will see a little high cloudiness. 30s in the north bay and 40s elsewhere and let's get to the timing of this thing. this is the frontal boundary right here. 11:00 and as it continues to sag south that is exactly -- it will exactly start to bring some moisture to the north bay. you can see monday afternoon, 3:00, this is where all of the cold air is. this is the cold front. it will move into sonoma county and possibly as far south as marin county with a chance of a few light showers and then continue to press on toward the south. it is the cold air mass behind it that will dive down. the wind will pick up out of the north. because of the insta belt we wi
. sutro cam. the bay bridge is in the background. napa as well as santa rosa in the mid40s. concord is at 50 degrees. here is a look at the forecast highlights. we will look for a cooler day tomorrow. a few showers developing mainly in the north bay. cold and windy through week. entire week. and it does look like freeze warnings will be up as we head into wednesday morning, tuesday and thursday. we will see a little high cloudiness. 30s in the north bay and 40s elsewhere and let's get to the timing of this thing. this is the frontal boundary right here. 11:00 and as it continues to sag south that is exactly -- it will exactly start to bring some moisture to the north bay. you can see monday afternoon, 3:00, this is where all of the cold air is. this is the cold front. it will move into sonoma county and possibly as far south as marin county with a chance of a few light showers and then continue to press on toward the south. it is the cold air mass behind it that will dive down. the wind will pick up out of the north. because of the insta belt we will keep a slight chance of a shower
rosa is 39. 34 in napa. 41 in concord. chilly in gilroy at 39. we do have clouds that will increase overnight and they will dissipate by tuesday afternoon. you can see how thick it gets with the cold front coming that will bring a chance of snow showers in the sierra and the seven-day forecast is coming up in a little bit. we have problems ahead if you headed to the road, it will be busy. we were used to the roads that were empty for thanksgiving day but that has ended. the off-ramp of 92 is blocked pause of this accident. we see some westbound slowing, however, as you continue there and as we take you to oakland, northbound, 8 80, another stalled vehicle, a big rig, causing major backups over to the maze. san francisco is removing 6,500 high-tech meters to be replaced with higher together parking meters. the city spent $3 million installing the new meters part of a pilot project and now the san francisco chronicle report as citywide upgrates calls to newer meters with big bigger screens. there is a $650,000 credit for the old meters from the contractors and the new meters will be i
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